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philious

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« on: 03 December, 2017, 18:51:09 PM »

Hi guys
i have a 2013 barbarian without the diplay panel so decided to buy the bits needed, the replacement panel kit and 6 button monitor.
I have dismantled the monitor and begun to fit to the relocation kit but cant seem to get the lcd screen to fit flush ect and am abit of a lose has anyone done this mod and wouldnt mind sharing a how to...
cheers
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« Reply #1 on: 06 December, 2017, 23:02:05 PM »

Hi i have just fitted one to my Warrior and it's a pain they don't fit without a lot of fettling, i contacted Connects2 about this and they told me that it's not really for sale to the general public and that a Mitsi dealer should be the only users of the kit as you have to move a capacitor, i drilled a hole to accomadate the capacitor and had to do adjustments to the kit looks ok but could be better but now its there i'll leave it, it's the worst 60 pound i've spent. Good Luck
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